Course Detail
Units:
0.0
Course Components:
Lecture
Enrollment Information
Course Attribute:
Continuing Education
Description
Mosaics, the process of making pictures or designs by inlaying small bits of colored tile or glass into mortar, pop up everywhere. You'll find them in serving trays, trivets, picture frames, mirrors, or as decorative elements on table tops, bathroom backsplashes, garden furniture, and more. Their solidity, resistance to moisture, durability, and color-fastness make mosaics perfect for practical uses, and they can be spectacular in their color and beauty. The possibilities are endless with simple, easy-to-learn, mosaic tiling. In this introductory class, you will learn to cut glass, form a design, adhere the glass to a surface, and grout it into place as you complete a small project of your choosing. No artistic experience is necessary.